MEAT MATES Chicken Dinner Grain-Free Freeze-Dried Dog Food, 4.5-oz bag -

Meat Mates Chicken Dinner Grain-Free Freeze-Dried Dog Food

By Meat Mates
Rated 4.25 out of 5 stars

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About This Item


  • Made with cage-free chicken for the high-quality protein your pup deserves.
  • Crafted with a freeze-drying process to help preserve the nutritional benefits of each ingredient.
  • Low in carbs and high in protein.
  • Features organs, New Zealand fish oil, plus vitamins and minerals to support overall health.
  • Complete and balanced diet made without grains, preservatives, fad fillers or GMOs.

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Questions & Answers

3 Customer Questions

What is "Ash" in Guaranteed Analysis? Define "Ash" and it's source please.
Answer by ChewyAug 22, 2022
The ash featured on Meat Mates product's Guaranteed Analysis reflects the total amount of minerals in Meat Mates food. These minerals can be measured individually, for example Calcium or Sodium, however when totalled together, are defined as 'ash.' Rest assured all Meat Mates diets are AAFCO certified to be complete and balanced for all stages of a cat's life, our vitamin and mineral fortifier ensures this.

How much would you feed a 6lb dog?
Answer by ChewySep 13, 2020
A 6 pound dog may be fed approximately 1/2-3/4 cup when using as a complete diet and 1/8 cup when used as a booster. The feeding chart may be located by clicking the “Feeding Instructions” tab, on the product page. This feeding chart is a general recommendation and can be adjusted for your specific pet when also taking into account their age, activity level, etc. If you are uncertain of the amount, you can always consult with your veterinarian.

How many days does a 14 oz bag hold?
Answer by ChewyApr 07, 2020
An unopened bag of food will last until the expiration date stamped on the bag. Ideally, dry food and treats should be consumed within 6-8 weeks of opening the bag. Exposure to air, light, hot temperatures and humidity speeds up the rate at which foods degrade. To limit these effects, keep dry foods in their original packaging and store in a cool, dry location.

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Rated 4.25 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
Would recommend to a friend

4 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Petgirl on Sep 12, 2020

Consistent winner for picky pug

I like this food for so many reasons, but texture wise, it is better than other brands of freeze dried food. It is soft but has form, and can be broken into smaller pieces without crumbling (food is shaped and feels like a dense cheese puff). I have an old diabetic pug with sensitive GI tract who is very picky. Expensive to find something she will consistently eat and meet her medical needs. This food has been a lifesaver for her and for my sanity. I break up pieces by hand and then put it at the bottom of her food, then top with wet food so it soaks in the gravy. She eats without much coaxing and best of all, it’s been successful for nearly a year now! It smells a little fishy because of the fish oil in it, but she goes for it and I’m happy because I know she is getting lots of Omegas which she needs.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By AerotheOreo on May 17, 2020

My dog didnt like them

he is a picky eater but not for toppers this is a first

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mrenee73 on Jan 21, 2020

Picky eater alert

My dog is a very picky eater. If I toss a few of these in his food it gets him started and he'll eat his food completely. He also likes to play catch with these.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Akayhu on Jun 5, 2019

Quality ingredients

We have tried many brands and nothing worked until now. She even asks for it and is ready for meals.